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Aims to give your child a head start in learning French language. This work takes the reader on a picture-book journey through a day, interwoven are lots of familiar settings and cute little dinosaurs. It gives over 400 French words and their English translations in illustrated colour bands on the side of each page.

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Publisher OUP Oxford
Author Neil Morris
Genre Reference
Title Oxford First French Words (2007) (Oxford First Books)
Type Non-Fiction
EAN 9780199110025
ISBN 0199110026

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